Royal Fleet Auxiliary:Written question - 160711

(North Durham)

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Asked on: 04 July 2018
Ministry of Defence
Royal Fleet Auxiliary
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, whether a decision to restrict the competition for the procurement of Fleet Solid Support ships to UK companies would result in compensation costs to non-UK companies that have taken part in the market engagement process.
Answered by: Guto Bebb
Answered on: 09 July 2018

The Fleet Solid Support ships market engagement process was conducted on a 'without commitment' basis, so there are no grounds on which a party could claim compensation.

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